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Interview: Shawna Kenney, Author of 'I Was A Teenage Dominatrix'

'I Was A Teenage Dominatrix' by Shawna KenneyWill Tupper returns with one of his best interviews for The Cult yet.  Author Shawna Kenney sits down to discuss her work in the California punk scene, her journey to writing, and her two books I Was A Teenage Dominatrix and Imposters.

Posted by Dennis

SNUFF Tour Dates - Updated With Phone Numbers & Signing Instructions

'Snuff' by Chuck PalahniukUpdated With Phone Numbers & Signing Instructions!

I contacted Chuck's publicist this weekend about ticket info, and he got back to me with not only phone numbers (below) you should each call for event info, but also specific instructions on how the signing is going to work at each store.  I'll begin with that.

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Chuck Palahniuk's April Essay: Objects

Chuck Palahniuk's April Essay: ObjectsIt's April 1st!  Spring is on the horizon.  I've got some bad news though, folks.  Chuck decided not to do an essay for this month.  He's too busy working on the new book.  I'll just stop right there.  That was a horrible attempt at an April Fool's Day prank.  Wow, I think I'm getting old or something.  No worries, the essay is here.

Chuck has comitted to 1 year of these, so expect 9 more yet for 2008.  Also remember that, for the first month they are posted, these essays are only available to Premium Members.  Basic Members can view them one month later.  So come April 1st, this new essay will be available to all, free, for one month only. 

Read Chuck's April Essay, Objects

You can also now read the March essay: Body Language Part 1 here!

Posted by Mark Vanderpool

Craig Clevenger Returns To The Cult!

Craig ClevengerCLASS IS NOW SOLD OUT!

Around this time last year we hosted one of our most popular writing intensives ever: 

The Contortionist’s Hotseat with author Craig Clevenger

Posted by Dennis

'Pygmy': Chuck Palahniuk's 2009 Novel, Plot Revealed!

In emailing back and forth with Chuck earlier this week, I asked him what he's been up to.  I might have been feeling him out for what he's been working on a little.  But it wasn't my primary intention.  Still, little did I know he'd be willing to reveal this much, about his follow-up book to 'Snuff'. 

The book is called 'Pygmy', and it's already written!  Read on below for the plot:

Posted by Dennis

Interview: Zach Levi, Star Of NBC's 'Chuck'

Zach Levi InterviewOur latest interview on the Cult is with Zach Levi, the star of NBC's hot show 'Chuck'.  Zach has a new horror movie out on DVD now called 'Spiral'.  And not only does Zach have a part in it, but he executive produced it! 

Posted by Dennis

Chuck Palahniuk's March Essay: Body Language Part 1

Chuck Palahniuk's March Essay: Body Language: Part 1It's March 5th!  Do you know where you're latest essay from Chuck Palahniuk is?  Well, right here of course.  But yes, it's late.  Chuck sent it to me weeks ago, but it never got to me.  So it's floating in Gmail limbo right now. 

Chuck has comitted to 1 year of these, so expect 9 more yet for 2008.  Also remember that, for the first month they are posted, these essays are only available to Premium Members.  Basic Members can view them one month later.  So come April 1st, this new essay will be available to all, free, for one month only. 

Read Chuck's March Essay, Body Language: Part 1

You can also now read the February essay: Diconnected Dialogue Part 1 here!

Posted by Dennis

Interview: TJ Miller, Star Of 'Cloverfield'

TJ Miller, of Cloverfield, interviewed by Jeff Tobin for ChuckPalahniuk.net!Continuing a string of shocking, daring and sexy twists (what, Dennis!?), we're going to break the mold today of how things have been done in the past by featuring our first non-author Interview on the site.  I spoke about this last month, and now the proof is here in the shape of a hysterical interview with TJ Miller.  TJ who? 

Let me put it this way: By now you've probably all seen Cloverfield.  If not, you at least recognize the poster to my right here.  Well, TJ Miller is the guy holding the camera the entire movie, who not only provides some much-needed comic relief, but also relates to the audience the best by reacting the way most of us would in a situation like that.

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